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AARP riders

Joined
Aug 15, 2006
Messages
9,909
Location
Huntsville
First Name
Rob
Last Name
Vaughan
"The leading cause of injury to old men
Is them believing they are still young men"

Copied but probably true.
 
Joined
Feb 28, 2005
Messages
644
Location
The Woodlands
First Name
Tom
Rio Bravo MX was filled with AARP - over 50 types yesterday. The place was very busy but not packed. Too bad you don't see more kids out riding. Here's a picture of my friends sprocket on it's last ride. And his custom 1985 Chevy Short Bed.
 

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Joined
Mar 25, 2008
Messages
2,690
Location
East Texas
Rio Bravo MX was filled with AARP - over 50 types yesterday. The place was very busy but not packed. Too bad you don't see more kids out riding. Here's a picture of my friends sprocket on it's last ride. And his custom 1985 Chevy Short Bed.
The angle of your friends chain makes me think it is way too tight. Truck is very nice.
 
Joined
Mar 25, 2008
Messages
2,690
Location
East Texas
Yep. When very green long ago I ran a chain so long it started losing the little roller parts, only had the little solid pins. Not recommended but young, green and tight funds so,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.
 
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